By Candace Cheatham, Editor, Kids Corner at Kindle Nation Daily
We announced last week that Sean McCartney’ SECRETS OF THE MAGICAL MEDALLIONS: THE TREASURE HUNTERS CLUB BOOK 1 is the Kids Corner Book of The Week, sponsoring hundreds of FREE YA books, and today we are very excited to post an exclusive interview with author Sean McCartney! But first, let’s properly introduce SECRETS OF THE MAGICAL MEDALLIONS: THE TREASURE HUNTERS CLUB BOOK 1:
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by Sean McCartney
KIDS CORNER’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW:
Kids Corner: Who will this book appeal to?
Sean McCartney: Kids aged 8-14 who like action and adventure.
Kids Corner: Can you tell us your favorite scene in SECRETS OF THE MAGICAL MEDALLIONS?
Sean McCartney: There were so many great parts for me but I liked when Tommy got to fly on his bike to get away from the bad guys. It was my way of paying homage to E.T.
Kids Corner: SECRETS OF THE MEDALLIONS is the first book in The Treasure Hunters Club series. What is in store for Tommy, Jackson, Shannon and Chris is the next book?
Sean McCartney: The second book is BREAKING THE BEALE CODE and it picks up where the first book left off. The adventures that the Club get into will get more dangerous and more exciting.
Kids Corner: Can we expect more work from you?
Sean McCartney: I finished the third book for the series and I am looking for a new publisher for it since mine has abandoned the children’s market. Keep on the lookout because it will be coming soon.
Kids Corner: As a teacher, what do you tell your students is the best way to choose a book to read for leisure?
Sean McCartney: I always tell them to read what they enjoy and will keep them turning the pages.
Kids Corner: What books have you recently read?
Sean McCartney: I recently finished the Hunger Games and I just read John Grisham’s Calico Joe. My next book, which I just started reading is called Touchback.
Kids Corner: What authors have influenced you?
Sean McCartney: I would have to say John Grisham with he way he tells a story and Rick Riordan in the way he os able to engage children in his books.
Kids Corner: Any advice for our young writers out there?
Sean McCartney: Keep reading and write what you want to read not what is popular at the moment because the moment will pass faster than you realize.
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